A Song for Humanity

Posted Avatar Khishigjargal Enkhbayar , UN Youth Advisory Panel in Mongolia

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Khishigjargal Enkhbayar
Member since March 4, 2017
  • 4 Posts
  • Age 22

What drives me nuts is the fact that people have so much capacity for kindness but choose to ignore or suppress it in fear of being hurt. If we try just a little bit to practice kindness in our every day actions and look at life at least one degree through a love lens, I truly believe the world can be a better place. I am trying to do so right now.During my nine month presidency at my Rotaract club, our club members had implemented and taken part in over 100 small and large scale projects and ac...


Where Can the Love Bus Take You?

Posted Avatar Khishigjargal Enkhbayar , UN Youth Advisory Panel in Mongolia

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Khishigjargal Enkhbayar
Member since March 4, 2017
  • 4 Posts
  • Age 22

What if you were invited on a bus ride without having the slightest idea of its passengers and its destination? To board the bus, you have to follow only one rule: to respect and love everyone regardless of age, race, gender, or sexual orientation.This is the concept of the “Love Bus”, a performance event and tour around Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia organized by the LGBT Centre in collaboration with their resident artist Nathan Stoneham and volunteers. Thirty participants, one of which was me, were...


Evil Elsa and the Forgotten Gloves

Posted Avatar Khishigjargal Enkhbayar , UN Youth Advisory Panel in Mongolia

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Khishigjargal Enkhbayar
Member since March 4, 2017
  • 4 Posts
  • Age 22

I forgot my gloves again. It’s too late to go back home because the well is closing in a few minutes and I need to hurry. The weather report that my grandmother was watching before I left said that it was -28 degrees Celsius in Sharhad area of Ulaanbaatar, the place where I live. Even without the weather report I can tell that it’s close to -30 degrees from the way the wind slashes my face again and again. My throat aches from the cold and polluted air. I try to make smoke...


A Positive Dent

Posted Avatar Khishigjargal Enkhbayar , UN Youth Advisory Panel in Mongolia

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Khishigjargal Enkhbayar
Member since March 4, 2017
  • 4 Posts
  • Age 22

For millennia, the Mongolian nomads have moved from place to place, leaving their legacy not on large tombs or castles, but in stories and proverbs. One of these proverbs is "First, develop yourself. Then develop your home. After that - develop your nation". It sounds much better in my mother tongue, but this proverb holds all that I am and much more. My priority is to develop myself as much as possible so that I can be an asset to my country. I have been deeply involved in y...


  • Khishigjargal Enkhbayar

    I love exploring and learning about new things, the environment being my next endeavor. Having participated in projects at the UN and Rotary in Mongolia, I saw that everyone should educate themselves about the environment and move collectively towards protecting our planet. VOY blog is a great chance for me to learn with my fellow interns, practice my writing skills, and contribute to SDGs.


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